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Non-deterministic management impact on Irreversibility, entropy, and fitness

Based on the book “the origin of wealth” I believe that are three conditions a business need to fulfill to show economic value and be successful. Irreversibility, a business must put energy to transform any input to any output. The result of this effort must be irreversible. If it is reversible, no value created over …

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Use Chaos Theory and Complex system principles as a baseline for management

Both Chaos Theory (CT) and Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) used by science to explain how complex systems operate as well as successfully surviving and thriving in a complex environment. In the last three months, I posted how to use those principles as a foundation to a management system that can deal better with complexity. This …

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Non-Deterministic #Management (NDM) – Random Interactions

One of the concepts of chaos mathematics and complex system is phase transition or tipping point (AKA bifurcation). This concept argues and proves that when a certain ratio (0.5) between elements in a system and their interaction reached, the system will experience a significant change. A known simulation of this concept is the button and …

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Agile Management – Struggle twice for improvements.

Agile management is taking advantage of many contemporary sciences, one of them is chaos theory. One principle of chaos theory is universality. Universality means that it doesn’t matter which type of chaos system one is observing; it will follow the same principles and have the same characteristics as any other chaos system. Introducing changes to …

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